Vacuum

  • 1 Vacuum — Основная информация Жанр синти поп Электропоп …

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  • 2 Vacuum — Vac u*um, n.; pl. E. {Vacuums}, L. {Vacua}. [L., fr. vacuus empty. See {Vacuous}.] 1. (Physics) A space entirely devoid of matter (called also, by way of distinction, absolute vacuum); hence, in a more general sense, a space, as the interior of a …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 vacuum — [ vakɥɔm ] n. m. • 1872; mot lat. ♦ Sc. Espace vide, sans matière. ⇒ vide. ⊗ HOM. Vacuome. vacuum n. m. Didac. Espace vide, sans matière. ⇒VACUUM, subst. masc. PHYS. Espace vide, milieu vide. Synon. vide. Entre l atome et l observation il y a une …

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  • 4 vacuum — VÁCUUM, vacuumuri, s.n. 1. (fiz.) Vid. 2. Aparat în care se concentrează o soluţie, prin fierbere în vid, la temperaturi joase. [pr.: cu um] – Din lat., fr. vacuum. Trimis de bogdanrsb, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  VÁCUUM s. v. vid. Trimis …

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  • 5 vacuum — [vak′yo͞om, vak′yo͞o əm] n. pl. vacuums or vacua [vak′yo͞o ə] [L, neut. sing. of vacuus, empty] 1. a space with nothing at all in it; completely empty space 2. a) an enclosed space, as that inside a vacuum tube, out of which most of the air or… …

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  • 6 vacuum — ► NOUN (pl. vacuums or vacua) 1) a space entirely devoid of matter. 2) a space from which the air has been completely or partly removed. 3) a gap left by the loss or departure of someone or something important. 4) (pl. vacuums) informal a vacuum… …

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  • 7 vacuum — cleaner Vac u*um clean er A machine for cleaning carpets, tapestry, upholstered work, etc., by suction; sometimes called a {vacuum}. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …

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  • 8 Vacuum — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Electronica, Pop, Synthie Pop Gründung 1996 Website …

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  • 9 Vacŭum — (lat.), der leere Raum (vgl. Vakuum) …

    Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • 10 Vacuum — Vacuum, lat., die Leere, der leere Raum; Vacuität, Leere, Nichtigkeit …

    Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • 11 vacuum — index blank (emptiness), need (deprivation) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 12 vacuum — n void, cavity, *hole, hollow, pocket …

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  • 13 vacuum — has the plural form vacuums in general use, but vacua is sometimes used in scientific contexts …

    Modern English usage

  • 14 vacuum — [n] emptiness exhaustion, free space, gap, nothingness, rarefaction, space, vacuity, void; concepts 513,740 Ant. fullness …

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  • 15 Vacuum — This article is about empty physical space or the absence of matter. For other uses, see Vacuum (disambiguation). Free space redirects here. For other uses, see Free space (disambiguation). Pump to demonstrate vacuum In everyday usage, vacuum is… …

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  • 16 vacuum — n. & v. n. (pl. vacuums or vacua) 1 a space entirely devoid of matter. 2 a space or vessel from which the air has been completely or partly removed by a pump etc. 3 a the absence of the normal or previous content of a place, environment, etc. b… …

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  • 17 vacuum — /vak yoohm, yooh euhm, yeuhm/, n., pl. vacuums for 1, 2, 4 6, vacua /vak yooh euh/ for 1, 2, 4, 6; adj.; v. n. 1. a space entirely devoid of matter. 2. an enclosed space from which matter, esp. air, has been partially removed so that the matter… …

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  • 18 vacuum — I UK [ˈvækjʊəm] / US [ˈvækjuəm] / US [ˈvækjum] noun Word forms vacuum : singular vacuum plural vacuums * 1) [countable] physics a space that has had all the air and any other gases removed from it 2) [singular] a feeling that something is missing …

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  • 19 vacuum — I. noun (plural vacuums or vacua) Etymology: Latin, from neuter of vacuus empty, from vacare to be empty Date: 1550 1. emptiness of space 2. a. a space absolutely devoid of matter b. a space partially exhausted (as to the highest degree possible) …

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  • 20 vacuum — [[t]væ̱kjuːm, juːəm[/t]] vacuums, vacuuming, vacuumed 1) N COUNT: usu sing, oft supp N If someone or something creates a vacuum, they leave a place or position which then needs to be filled by another person or thing. The collapse of the army… …

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